Pro Scholarship Programme

Liam Broady strikes a forehand

What's the purpose of this programme?

  • To provide individually tailored support to enable players with the highest potential to reach the top 100 within 5 years
  • To develop more players who are competing at Tour level and establish a strong group of players eligible for selection for Great Britain’s Davis and Fed Cup teams

Who's it for?

Players with greatest potential to be WTA/ATP top 100 within 5 years.

What will this programme be like?

  • It will provide individually tailored support and world class coaching at home and on Tour
  • A financial grant will be made available, intended to enable the player to employ uncompromised world-class coaching and dedicated personal strength and conditioning support
  • Access to world class science and medicine support at the National Tennis Centre will be on offer

How do players get involved?

The LTA have a selection criteria for the Pro Scholarship Programme, download the Pro Scholarship Programme overview and selection process guide for more information.

Which players are currently on the programme?

Name County/Residence Bio
Katie Boulter Leicestershire Katie plays right handed & has won 5 singles ITF Pro Titles. Away from tennis, Katie’s hobbies are hockey, fashion and cooking.
Jodie Burrage Surrey

Jodie represented Great Britain in the Junior Fed Cup finals in 2015, and has since gone on to win 3 Single’s titles on the Pro Tour.

Jay Clarke Derbyshire Jay began playing tennis at the age of 3 when his sister introduced him to the sport. Jay’s favourite city is London, and his favourite tournament is Wimbledon. His tennis idol was Arthur Ashe and he also takes inspiration from boxer Muhammad Ali.
Harriet Dart Middlesex Harriet first started playing tennis at the age of 7. Harriet plays right handed and her favourite surfaces are hard and grass. Harriet’s hobbies away from tennis are shopping, going to the cinema and supporting Arsenal FC.
Jack Draper Surrey Jack got into tennis through playing on a practice wall at his local club at the age of 3. Away from tennis Jack likes spending time with friends and his dog.
Francesca Jones Yorkshire (resides in Barcelona) Fran started playing tennis at the age of 5/6. In Fran’s downtime she goes on walks and bike rides as often as possible to ensure she sees more than just a tennis court. Music is her main interest and going to a concert is her favourite way to escape the sport. Fran is a serious Harry Potter fan
Paul Jubb Yorkshire (resides in USA)

Originally from Hull, Paul is based at the University of South Carolina where he made history in 2019 as the first British man to win the NCAA Division I Men’s Tennis Championship.

Anton Matusevich Kent Anton’s most memorable tennis experience so far has been playing at the Men’s and Junior Wimbledon Championships. He started playing from the age of 4 and away from tennis, Anton’s hobbies include playing the piano, and his favourite song is Bach “Tocatta in D minor” which he plays almost every day when at home.
Aidan McHugh Glasgow/Scotland West Aidan’s favourite court surface is hard, and his favourite tournament is Wimbledon. His involvement in tennis started at the age of 4 and Andy Murray is his tennis idol. Aidan also enjoys rugby and football, and his favourite football team is Celtic FC.
Cameron Norrie USA Cam was introduced tennis by his mum at the age of 6. He enjoys going to the beach, listening to music and hanging out with friends. Cam supports South Sydney Rabbitohs, the All Blacks rugby teams and also Newcastle United FC.
Emma Raducanu Kent During Emma’s early years she managed to develop skills in many other sports, including motocross in the mud. Her passion for tennis started at the age of 5 and her favourite city is New York. Outside of the UK, Emma feels most at home in China and her favourite food is Korean Naengmyeon.
Katie Swan USA Katie is a right-handed player who started at the age of 7 and her favourite surface is hard. Her hobbies away from tennis are listening to music, seeing friends and watching movies.
Gabi Taylor Hampshire Gabi was born in Southampton, and currently trains in Barcelona. She plays right-handed and has won 6 singles ITF Pro Titles.